Artificial intelligence is enhancing our lives as consumers in almost every industry.
As the food supply chain rapidly grows, it’s becoming more complicated and challenging than ever.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, and you likely spent weeks – maybe months – preparing for it.
Temperature monitors and data loggers are used throughout the cold chain to monitor the temperature history of perishable items, including food and pharmaceuticals.
Inefficiency in the last mile risks both customer satisfaction and product freshness, which can ultimately harm your reputation and take a toll on your profit.
Cold chain visibility is the ability to track a shipment from the manufacturer to its final destination.
Thanks to cloud-based real-time temperature monitoring, food safety and product traceability has never been easier.
If you want to keep food and other perishable items in your cold chain safe and fresh, you’ll need accurate cold-chain temperature monitoring.
One of the important ways to verify that produce is cooled to the proper temperature is to pulp the produce during the loading process of the trailer and have it witnessed by the truck driver.
Handling and transporting temperature-sensitive items requires a dependable temperature recorder.